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>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- aaron eckhart. star of "good behavior," michelle dockery. music from margo price. featuring the 8g band with atom willard. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight out there? great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. according to a new poll, 75% of americans were surprised when donald trump was elected president. here's a photo of two of them. [ light laughter ]
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do you believe this? no. during an interview yesterday donald trump told his supporters not to harass latinos and muslims. "uh-oh," said black people. that's right. donald trump told supporters last night not to harass latinos and muslims saying, quote, "i will say right to the cameras, stop it," and then he winked so hard his wig unsnapped. [ laughter and applause ] according to the new york times donald trump wants to continue holding large rallies after he takes office and hillary clinton wants to continue hiking deeper and deeper into the woods. i am going to go a little farther. despite promising to repeal obama care donald trump says this weekend that he will likely keep some of laws the most
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popular features. how about the obama part? that's pretty popular. if i liked my president, can i keep my president? [ cheers ] is that possible? president obama departed tonight for his final foreign trip as president where he is expected to explain donald trump's election to world leaders in greece, peru and germany. said germany, don't bother, we get the gist. [ light laughter ] as the germans say, been there, done that. [ light laughter ] it's a german expression. today was spicy guacamole day when people across america celebrate guacamole or under the trump administration, freedom dip. [ light laughter ] freedom dip is $5? a new study found the majority of people are scared of
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automated machines but she still won the popular vote. [ laughter and applause ] a new study revealed that having a pint of beer every day can help prevent strokes and heart disease so this one is on me, justice ginsberg. keep going. a new scientific study rats are capable of laughter if they are tickled the correct way. said rats, why are -- [ laughter ] why aren't you trying to cure cancer? [ laughter and applause ] and finally taco bell opened a new flagship restaurant on the las vegas strip today and then after you go there you can go shoot craps. [ light laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a fantastic show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he is a tremendous actor he's got a new film called "bleed for
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this," aaron eckhart is with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] from tnt's new show "good behavior," michelle dockery is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from fantastic country star margo price will be joining us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] so, we got a very good show for you. you're here on a good night. before we get to that, despite a presidential campaign that lasted a year and a half we still know very little about how donald trump will govern. this week, we've been getting our first signals at what a trump presidency might look like. and it's not good. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ applause ] >> seth: as of the most recent tally hillary clinton so far won over 750,000 more votes than donald trump and by the count is done she is projected to beat him in the popular vote by two percentage points. but of course the only thing winning the popular vote, but not the electoral college gets you is a seat at al gore's cafeteria table. [ light laughter ]
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[ as gore ] do you want milk? [ light laughter ] the trump victory has had a lot of people angry and scared, for legitimate reasons. those people have been taking to the streets for several consecutive days in cities across the country, to protest trump's presidency. which has given off one of the few joys of this election so far. great protest signs. like this guy standing in the middle of the street by himself holding a sign that just says "this is very bad." [ laughter and applause ] or, this one "not usually a sign guy but geez." [ light laughter ] we should make a sign. what should it say? i don't know i'm not usually a sign guy. that's it. these protests have been almost entirely peaceful. and peaceful protest is a cherished first amendment right in this country. but in a disturbing sign of what trump's administration has been like supporters have been attacking the protestors and spreading lies about people participating in them. even though they themselves promised civil disobedience and,
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even open revolt if trump lost. for example there's milwaukee sheriff david clark, who was reportedly under consideration for secretary of homeland security in the trump administration, as well as the cover boy for "people magazine's" angriest goatee issue. [ light laughter ] it's like an anvil. clark tweeted this about the protest. how to stop riots, declare state of emergency, impose early curfew, mobilize the national guard, and authorize all non-lethal, force tear gas. you know what's weird, his instagram, all puppy pictures. [ light laughter ] and that same guy who again, could become a member of donald trump's cabinet said this at a trump rally days before the election. >> like i said and i'll continue to say it is pitchfork and torches time in america. >> seth: now if you need me i'll be resting 'neath my giant hat. [ light laughter ]
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and then there's those that tried to discredit the protest that they're actually being fueled by dark conspiratorial forces. using language that's identical to authoritarian regimes around the world. >> a lot of these protestors are not there peacefully. are not there because they just want to express themselves and make a point, or make the difference. they're there for nefarious reasons. >> these are communists these are anarchists. they're anti-semitic. they're not pro-american liberals who are frustrated with conservatism. they're anti-american. >> i think these people are, you know, kind of like professional protestors. they didn't look to me like people that were, carefully studying political science. >> seth: they didn't look to me like people studying political science. [ light laughter ] what does giuliani thinks that looks like? i didn't see a single book? not one person was sitting at a desk and not one person brought an apple for the teacher.
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now to be fair to trump and his supporters there are some angry protestors out there tweeting things that make it seem like they don't accept the outcome of the election. like this tweet, quote, "we can't let this happen. we should march on washington and stop this travesty. our nation is totally divided." who is that crazy activist anyway. oh, damn it. [ light laughter ] that was trump in 2012 when barrack obama won re-election. [ laughter and applause ] so he changed his mind on protesting from 2012 to 2016 and we should expect him to continue to change his mind. by 2018 don't be surprised to see president trump tweet, "very unfair to blame president for america's problems, this job is hard and i am sad." of course trump's habit of using twitter to bully critics and attack enemies including the media, could have a chilling effect on the free press. and in another troubling sign for his presidency, he returned
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to bashing the media on twitter yesterday. >> today, he took aim at the new york times sending several critical tweets directed at its reporting. one tweet saying this, quote, "wow, the new york times with thousands of subscribers because of their very poor and highly inaccurate coverage of the trump phenomena." >> seth: i'm not sure what's worse. attacking the free press or referring to his campaign as, "the trump phenomena." you're trump. stop referring to yourself in the third person. this country doesn't deserve a president who talks like mango. [ light laughter ] especially since we can, have-a-the-trump. trump's vindictive attacks on the free press are only going to escalate once he has the powers of the presidency behind him. and yet, in spite of all of this the national news media is bending over backwards to try to pretend that trump's incoming presidency isn't a threat to our institution. to give him a chance to undo 18 months of racist, bigoted, unhinged rhetoric. >> we do have this opportunity now, to have a fresh start. >> you have to give him a fresh start, and give him the benefit
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of the doubt. >> let the guy have a fresh start. >> there will be a fresh start. >> i'm willing to give the president elect a fresh start. >> seth: they talk about giving him a fresh start like he was on a diet and ate a cupcake. [ light laughter ] many of the media are doing everything they can to delude themselves and the nation into thinking this is a normal situation. that trump's behavior and campaign promises don't pose a unique threat to fundamental american principles and norms. but fine, if they're so eager to see if donald trump, a 70-year-old billionaire can suddenly change for the better, let's give him this fresh start and see if he can surprise us. let's give him a chance. >> we do begin tonight with breaking news and a pivotal moment from president elect donald trump. controversial campaign ceo steve bannon, will be chief white house strategists. >> democrats and republicans are blasting the bannon pick, calling him a white nationalist. >> his world views, that some describe as being white nationalist and even antiemetic. >> steve bannon came to the trump campaign from brietbart news.
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a bomb throwing site, favored by the so-called alt right. >> it's been racist, it's been homophobic, it's been anti-immigrant. >> a mixture of conservatives and populists, white-supremacists, and anti- semites. >> seth: well we gave him a chance. bye chance. thank you for stopping by. good to see you chance. [ applause ] so, trump appointed the editor of a website called breitbart news, which is adored by white nationalists, to be his chief strategist. and a quick side note to everyone referring to bannon as controversial. he's not controversial, he's a white nationalist and an anti-semite. don't talk about him like he's pineapple on pizza. ooh, controversial. [ light laughter ] and just to give you a sense of how extreme breitbart is, the website recently accused president obama of importing more muslims, planned parenthood's work to the holocaust. called bill kristol, a conservative commentator, a renegade jew. and advised female victims of online harassment, to just log off and stop screwing up the internet for men.
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how are women screwing up the internet for men? i'm trying to watch my pornography, but they keep showing me recipes. [ light laughter ] and not only does his website have a history of anti-semitism, bannon himself has personally been accused of holding anti-semitic views. according to cnn, bannon's ex-wife, swore in court in 2007, that he didn't want the girls going to school with jews. he said he doesn't like jews. in his defense he probably just wanted his daughter to have a clearer path to valedictorian. shout out to jews being good at school. [ cheers ] and it's not just progressives who are outraged by bannon's inclusion in th trump whitehouse. the anti-defamation league came out in opposition to bannon's appointment. and even many republicans expressed horror. when asked how she would feel about bannon being included in a trump administration, gop strategist ana novarro responded this way. >> what do you think about the steve bannon pick if that's what is going to happen. >> do you have a match somewhere
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so that i could set my hair on fire. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: at this point, cnn should just keep a lighter and battle of kerosene on set at all times. so, bannon's appointment is a crucial first test of whether the leaders of the republican party will act as a check on trump's most extreme instincts. and yet when house speaker paul ryan was presented with a litany of accusations against bannon, here's how he reacted. >> a lot of people, including many conservatives are concerned that steve bannon, who is the ceo of the trump campaign, and the chief executive of breitbart news, that he used breitbart news to, in their view, the view of conservatives, the veiw of republicans to mainstream white supremacist views. anti-semitic views. racist views. do you have any concerns about steve bannon being in the white house? >> i've never met the guy. i don't know steve bannon, so i have no concerns. >> seth: what's with this, i've never met the guy defense. i never met john wilkes booth
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but i let his past work inform my opinion of him. [ light laughter ] so far trump's hiring decisions cannot inspire confidence that he'll be a president that respects the basic principles american democratic institutions are founded on. in fact, in many ways he's unprepared for this job. a fact that even president obama has apparently noticed. because as "the wall street journal" reported yesterday. during their private white house meeting on thursday, mr. obama walked his successor through the duties of running the country. and mr. trump seemed surprised by the scope. after meeting with mr. trump, mr. obama realized, the republican needs more guidance. he plans to spend more time with his successor, than presidents typically do. so now obama has to tutor trump on the presidency. can you believe that? that's like if a burglar broke into your house and then you had to walk him around, and show him where all the valuables were. [ laughter and applause ] [ as trump ] what about this, should i steal this? no, that's a fork. that's like $1.50. you wanna steal my watch, there
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back everybody. give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ]
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also our drummer this week is one of my favorite bands, against me! right here, who's latest album "shape shift with me", is out now. please welcome back to the show our friend atom willard everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for being here man. >> it's great to be back. >> seth: all right, let's move on. anyone here know or has anyone hear heard about the "mannequin challenge"? [ cheers ] the "mannequin challenge" are videos where everyone freezes in place and i've been seeing these videos everywhere. i've seen them a lot on social media and well, things like this, well, they always get me to thinking, you know, i'm getting older. and sometimes i look around me and i don't even recognize the world i'm living in. things are changing, well, they're changing every day and not always for the better. and it's time to talk a minute, take a moment. we'll take a moment and during that moment we'll talk a minute, about how things were just a bit more simple, back in my day. [ applause ]
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>> seth: back in my day we didn't have these popular fads like the "mannequin challenge." no, sir. we had good old fashioned "planking." and the only challenge with "planking", was trying to explain to people why it was funny. [ light laughter ] back in my day there was no such thing as ballot selfies. if you wanted to do something for yourself in the voting booth, well you just closed the curtain, took your pants off, and messed around with your hanging chad. [ laughter ] back in my day, you couldn't legally buy marijuana in eight states. but thank god we can now, because after this election i have a feeling we're really going to [ bleep ] need it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> seth: say, who'd, who'd you
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vote for rusty? [ barking ] jill stein? well, you threw your vote away rusty. where'd you vote? [ barking ] florida? rusty, that's a swing state. [ laughter ] back in my day we didn't use snapchat to send pictures of ourselves with cat ears and dog tongues. poppycock. back in my day, we used snapchat to send pictures of our gentiles. [ laughter ] the pictures would go away in ten seconds, but the memories would last a lifetime. [ laughter ] back in my day, if we wanted to hook up with someone in the middle of the night we didn't text, "you up?" no we actually had the decency to call them on the telephone and say, "good evening miss, sorry for the lateness of the call, but i was wondering if i could present you with this query. you up?" [ laughter ]
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back in my day, we didn't have bud light limearitas. no, sir if you wanted the refreshing taste of beer and margarita, you had to blend it up yourself. and when you showed up at a party with a big old jug screaming "who wants limearitas?" the answer was always, "sir, please leave this bar mitzvah immediately." [ laughter ] >> back in my day, benedict cumberbatch wasn't dr. strange. the only strange doctor we had was ben carson. and the only magical power, the only magical power he had was the ability to fall asleep standing up. and now he'll probably be our secretary of education. [ barking ] yeah, well you shouldn't have voted for jill stein! [ laughter ] back in my day, the chicago cubs weren't world series champions. in fact, they weren't world series champions back in anyone's day. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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back in my day, the christmas season didn't start the day after halloween. we are a bit more traditional. the christmas season started as soon as my dad opened that whiskey bottle and ended when he finished it. [ laughter ] back in my day, hackers weren't leaking e-mails affecting our political system. no, sir. back then hackers were only leaking nude photos, and weirdly enough none of them were ever of me. what's the deal, hackers? my password is 12345 and the folder is labeled tasteful nudes. [ barking ] what do you mean they're not tasteful, rusty? [ barking ] well, maybe if you would've held the camera still. finally back in my day, we weren't shocked to learn some of our friends and families were
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back everybody, our first guest is a talented actor who you know from films like the "dark knight" and "thank you for smoking." starting friday you can see him in the new movie "bleed for this." let's take a look. >> you look in the mirror lately? you see that thing on your head? come on. you heard what the doctors said. you're risking your life here. >> my life. upstairs. no, i can't do it. >> this is a [ bleep ] hail mary at best.
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>> no, no it's not. >> it's a gamble. yeah, i know that. but, look if there's a time to roll the dice, this is it. you just don't know how to give up. >> no, i do. trust me i do. i know exactly how to give up. you know what scares the [ bleep ] out of me. is that is easy. >> seth: please welcome to the show aaron eckhart everybody. [ applause ] ♪ >> seth: i feel like this happens very rarely. but the clip, we showed a clip. and then you come out and you're completely unrecognizable from the person you just played. >> yeah, that was my dad. >> seth: that was -- it does! i mean because also you're in the shadows. you're balding. you got a big nose. an accent. >> well, i know what i'm going to look like in five years. >> seth: there you go. >> you know what i get -- >> seth: five years. i think a lot has to go wrong if you're that in five years. >> well.
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>> seth: this is like "oh, what happened to aaron eckhart." but, this is, you actually got to enroll where your co-star miles teller, obviously had to get in boxer shape. >> yeah. >> seth: you got to do the opposite. you got to get in boxer trainer shape. >> yeah. >> seth: which is a whole different game. >> yeah, i gained about 40 pounds for this. >> seth: wow.÷ >> so one day i circled a date on the calendar about three months before the movie started and i stopped exercising. i just started eating, you know, cheese pizzas, banana splits in the morning. french fries, hamburgers. >> seth: how many days into it is it awful? >> about the -- you know really what it does to you, is you know it messes with your mind. >> seth: yeah. >> you know, you start -- you know not only do you have to go eat the food but then you have to hang out with everybody you know at the place. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> then you get to know all the wrong kind of people, do you know what i'm saying? >> seth: you're one of us. one of us! >> and then you know i started talking in the accent and i go you know "can i a --" you know, i can't do the accent right now but the donut shop.
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>> seth: yeah. >> and all of that sort of stuff. miles would -- i would take pictures of my breakfast which was, you know, 12 glazed donuts. >> seth: yeah. >> and then miles would send me back a picture of a boiled egg which is what he was having for breakfast, so. but i got it off. >> seth: you -- >> thank the lord. >> seth: very believable. congratu -- how long did it take you to get it off? that's amazing. >> about two months. >> seth: wow, now that's really impressive. >> because i had another movie afterwards. [ applause ] and you know there's nothing more -- you know there's not a motivation better than being 80 foot by 20 foot on a screen to -- >> seth: there you go. >> yeah. >> seth: where all of a sudden you're not playing a boxing trainer. >> and you have to take out -- there's no reason to be. >> seth: yeah. >> although, i will say, you know, for all of us who are a little larger and balding. you know, there's women out there that really dig that look. >> seth: really? >> yeah. >> seth: you found a certain amount of attention. >> absolutely, i would be walking in the mall, you know, i couldn't even button up my pants, because -- at one point i stopped buttoning up my pants. >> seth: yeah. >> so i would just put the belt over the top. >> seth: yeah, sure. [ laughter ] >> and that would hold it up and then i would wear a larger shirt
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but i got a lot of action in that mall. >> seth: yeah. >> you, know. >> seth: right. well, when the belt -- when the buttons aren't even fully up, like the job is halfway done. >> yeah. >> seth: you're like on the lot so to speak. >> i mean, it's just one buckle away. >> seth: yeah there you go. you're one buckle away. so that's -- and you played, obviously you met and you talked with boxing trainers. >> yeah. >> seth: you were trying to -- you know for authenticity you probably want to talk to them. and is it true that you did not get the sense that they believed you'd pull this off? >> no, i mean i went through -- freddie roach the great boxing trainer. >> seth: mhm. >> was training pacquiao for the second fight with bradley. so i went through their whole training camp. and then we went to vegas together and i met all the old promoters and everything. >> seth: yeah. >> you know, these promoters they're a certain type of, you know, person and they're very frank. and i told them i was playing kevin rooney who was, you know, a great boxing trainer and i was met with, you know, that old i can't really say but -- >> seth: they did not say you're going to be great. >> no, i looked in their eyes and, you know, the conversation
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pretty much ended right there. so that was good motivation for me. but having said that now when they go see the movie. they'll see what you do. i mean kevin rooney is a real person. so i gotta -- you know, when i got the part, right? i was like, "okay, i'll do the movie and everything." and then you look at a picture kevin rooney and you go "oh my god what have i done to myself?" >> seth: yeah. >> and then the guys accent. so like we were sticking plastic tubing up our nose, you know, to make our noses bigger. and all that sort of stuff. >> seth: so, this seems like a very low tech way to be in a movie. that to make your nose look bigger. >> well we didn't have much money. >> seth: yeah. >> it's not like you're here, you know. >> seth: like, of every nose you have seen. >> yeah exactly. that is so cool! >> seth: this is not my real nose. >> you know actors in make up trailers. >> seth: yeah. >> is interesting. >> seth: i could imagine. >> because they got the kleenex over here and they got q-tips. everybody is sticking things up their nose. "how does this look?" "it looks great." they're putting things in their cheeks and everything. so we'll do anything. >> seth: that's great. now this -- for those that don't know it because, again from the clip this is based on a true story. >> yeah. >> seth: from the clip it looks
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like it's rock em sock em robots. >> yeah, right yeah. >> seth: this is vinny pazienza was actually -- tell us a hill bit about it. >> five time champ, rhode island, great brawler in the 80s. fought duran. got in a car accident at the height of his career and then broke his spine and had a halo on his head. now, he had four screws in his head. five days afterwards he was in the gym lifting weights, shadow boxing and he became three tile champ after that. and the coup de grace is that those screws in his head he took out of his head with no medication no painkillers whatsoever. >> seth: oh my goodness. >> which we show in the film, it's insane. the guy is an animal. >> seth: i have to take a xanax if i put screws into my baby's cribe. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: that has nothing to do with me. >> no but that's hard. >> seth: just carpentry. >> that's hard stuff. >> seth: just basic carpentry. >> yeah no. don't beat yourself up about it. >> seth: but you mentioned five days. this is incredible because usually, i think, films get criticized for making things too unrealistic. in the film it's not five days.
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>> yeah but you've got to think of the community. rhode island is a special community. i love them very much. rhode island. cranston, rhode island. but there you know it's a working class, you know. >> seth: yeah. >> vinny's family were beautiful, italian family. very, you know, outspoken. and they're characters. so i think the director would have felt like had he gone all the way that he might have been commenting negatively on a particular people that would not be good. >> seth: right. >> right? you would agree with that. >> seth: i would agree with that 100%. so how would you direct the movie? what would you do? >> seth: what would i do? >> yeah. >> seth: well i thought he did a great job. i don't want to tell him how he should have done it. >> okay. >> seth: yeah. it was interesting that in the movie you make it a month from the accident. >> yeah. >> seth: and in reality it's only five days and that to me is telling that sometimes what happens in real life is so crazy and so insane. >> yeah. >> seth: that it's hard. like, you go "oh if we put in the movie people would think it's the opposite." >> exactly. i wish that movies could really capture real life in the sense of how crazy it is. and we're putting our fingers up our nose. you never see a -- >> seth: i don't want to see
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that. i'd rather see your nose after you put stuff on it than watch the process. that takes me out of it. you know? >> okay. >> seth: i want the magic of movie making without seeing you jamming stuff up your nose. >> i feel sort of the opposite of that. in the sense that i love real human behavior like you sit in a mall. you see people, you know, just unconsciously obviously because it's just you know behavior and put your hands there. and i go "why, i can't i do that in movies?" so i go up to the director and i say "you know, i'm going to pick my nose in this scene or just go like this. or i'm gonna touch my ear or go like that." you know how you go like that? >> seth: yeah sure. >> and they never allowed me to do it. >> seth: that never let do it? >> i go "this is how you win an oscar man." >> seth: here's the thing. here's what i hope for you, one i hope you win an oscar. and two i hope the clip they show when you accept is you just working that ear. thank you for being here. >> i'll get the oscar and go like that. >> seth: immediately shake it. aaron eckhart everybody "bleed for this" opens in theaters this friday. we'll be right back with michelle dockery. [ applause ] ♪
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straight years, and it's still recommended today. use as directed but she always told me i don't mcare if you turn out, to be a great athlete or whatever but, you need to make sure you get your college degree. sometimes i call the house, just to hear her voice. (phone ringing) answering machine: hi, leave a message after the beep. (beep) hey mom, this is larry. i just want to let you know that uh, i fulfilled the promise that you held me to. love you. (beep)
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what do we want our kids how to game a test... or test themselves in a game? how to master an exam... or examine a master? how to be robots... or build robots?
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the njea believes students deserve a well-rounded education- including arts, music, technology, and so much more. that's why we're working with parents and communities to reduce the emphasis on high stakes testing. because when you limit the tests, they can test the limits... of their potential. >> seth: welcome back to late night everybody. you know our next guest from her 6 season run as lady mary on "downton abby." her new series "good behavior" tomorrow night on tnt. let's take a look. >> i'm not your [ bleep ] prisoner. >> get us kicked out. >> oh, you're quick. >> i don't care what you remember. our work was flushed down the toilet with the rest of your junky [ bleep ]. you took 50,000 from me, so yes, you are my prison. >> there's still the $18,000 in my bag. why don't you just take it and let me go? >> because you're obviously worth more to me than $18,000.
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>> why? that's mine can i answer it? >> no. you will do only what i tell you to do. nothing more. >> what do you need me for? >> i need you to be my wife. >> i thought you'd never ask. >> seth: please welcome back to the show our friend michelle dockery everybody. [ applause ] ♪ >> seth: i am so happy to have you here. >> thank you. >> seth: this is such a departure from lady mary on "downton abbey." >> it is. >> seth: you are a junkie now. >> yes. >> seth: a lot of explicit sex scenes. >> yes. >> seth: you have scenes from you eat in actual restaurants. >> right. that's right. lady mary was no angel. >> seth: lady -- well that isn't actually -- let's talk about that for a second. >> yeah. >> seth: because i feel for those that haven't ever watched "downton abbey" there is a lot of stuff going down on that show too.
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>> yeah, but it's all behind closed doors so -- >> seth: but still, i mean, how many episodes in did you have sex with a guy who died? [ laughter ] >> three. >> seth: i feel like that was the third episode. yeah. >> it didn't take her very long. >> seth: and now "downton abbey" is over. but let's be honest "downton abbey" it was amazing that you lived through it because a lot of people died on that show. >> yeah that's true. i was one of the lucky ones. >> seth: because a lot of people talk about "game of thrones" and "walking dead." pretty much the same death rate on "downton abbey." >> yeah i mean. yeah, i suppose it could get to a stage where we were all -- >> seth: yeah. >> slightly concerned. >> seth: it wasn't white walkers but it was always yellow fever or something. it was a tough time to live in those giant castles. >> i mean, maybe if you know dan hadn't of left. >> seth: that's true. >> maybe they'd have killed me off. >> seth: that's true. you're very lucky. you're very lucky that someone else took the old car for a drive on the train tracks. >> exactly. >> seth: spoiler alert. [ laughter ] anyway so, really quick, what is your favorite part of playing this new character versus your
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old. >> well, i was very lucky this role came along when it did, it was just coming -- we were coming to the end of "downton abbey." it wasn't something that i was looking for. something so vastly different from downton. and so i got really lucky with this part but she's just she is wild. and -- >> seth: yeah. >> it was fun playing a part where i could kind of move my arms a little more. [ laughter ] and eat dinner with my elbows on the table and you know -- >> seth: that's true. now that you say it watching downton i wouldn't say i have seen a huge range of your posture. >> no. >> seth: yeah. >> the challenge -- yeah. the challenge with mary was that she was so still. >> seth: yeah. >> where as letty is like you know she never stops moving. you know due to her various addictions. >> seth: and -- really -- i think the clip maybe wouldn't totally tell us what is the premise of the show? >> so it follows the life of a thief, letty, letty raines who
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is, when you meet her she is trying to rid herself of her criminal pursuits and -- because she can't, you know, can't simply can't do it anymore. >> seth: "criminal pursuits" is a very "downton abbey" way of describing it. >> so she -- but she still can't give up some habits so she is still a con-artist, at large. so she goes out to thwart an operation that she sees playing out in front of her between a hitman and a guy who wants the hitman to kill his wife. so, that's her version of doing something good is to save this woman's life. >> seth: and one of the other really good things about this show is just a litany of wigs. >> yeah, there's so many wigs. >> seth: so many wigs. that's a good-looking wig. that's a totally different look. >> yeah, that's britney. >> seth: that's britney? that's the name of the wig? >> we named the wigs. >> seth: okay. britney's good there. in the makeup trailer. >> seth: britney is good there. >> britney for obvious reasons. >> seth: what is this one called? >> that's veronica. >> seth: veronica great that's a good one. [ laughter ] what's that one? >> that's annie. >> seth: annie, sure of course. that doesn't look like the annie
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i know. but there you go. >> this is katja. >> seth: oh katja. >> she felt a sort of bond villain. >> seth: a bond villain, it looks like, at a some sort of hardware store. >> yes. yeah i actually get put into a box in that episode. >> seth: oh do you really? >> yeah. >> seth: well, things are going great for you. >> yeah, get back in your box. >> seth: back in your box there you go. i also want to ask because i saw this photo which is it safe to say it seems like you both have hands on your chest. this is you meeting sarah jessica parker? >> yes, yes. >> seth: okay and so was that a big deal for you? >> huge, huge. i think i was at the four seasons hotel. we were both doing press and sarah was doing press for "divorce." >> seth: uh huh. >> and i didn't know she was there at the time. i went outside and had photographs taken. and i saw this woman in the window. kind of this outline of a woman getting her hair done. touched up, you know. getting her hair done and
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everything and i was like "oh my god, that's sarah jessica parker. i'm like standing in her light." outside, you know? >> seth: yeah. >> her makeup asked me "like get out of the way." and then she got up and moved and i thought "oh my god i've upset sarah jessica parker." >> seth: sure yeah. >> i love her so much. >> seth: right. >> but then she came out into the corridor as i did. and we met and she was delighted to meet me. i was thrilled she wasn't angry at me for standing -- and it was amazing for both of us because she then told me she was a fan of downton and you know "sex and the city" for me was just one of the best shows and i, you know, still keep watching it now. it was amazing. that was when carrie met mary. >> seth: there you go. [ laughter ] that is the crossover show that i hope we see one of these days. sex and the abbey. [ laughter ] thank you so much for being here. it's always such a pleasure to see you. michelle dockery everybody. "good behavior" premiers tomorrow night on tnt. we'll be right back with music from margo price. thank you so much michelle. [ applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: with a critically appraised debut album, my next guest is one of this year's breakout stars in country music. performing "about to find out", please welcome to the show margo price. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ well i've had about enough of your two cent words and the way you're runnin your mouth ♪ ♪ no you haven't got a clue or another thing to do 'cept to take another picture of yourself ♪ ♪ you're livin high on the hog lookin down at us all you may have come so easy ♪ ♪ and happened so fast
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but the harder they come they fall ♪ ♪ you have many people fooled about your motivation ♪ ♪ but i don't believe your lies you blow so much smoke ♪ ♪ it's bound to make you choke i see the snakes in both of your eyes ♪ ♪ but you wouldn't know class if it bit you in the and you're standing ♪ ♪ much too tall it may have come so easy and happened so fast ♪ ♪ but the harder they come they fall tell me what does your pride taste like honey ♪ ♪ or haven't you tried it out it's better than the taste of a boot in your face ♪ ♪ without any shadow of a doubt you better learn where the line is ♪ ♪ there a lot you gotta learn about how's it gonna feel to be put in your place ♪ ♪ well i guess you're about to find out ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ some folks today have got nothin to say ♪ ♪ except to talk about their wealth but the poor still poor and the war's still war ♪ ♪ and everybody wants more for themselves but like a rich man's child you've never walked a mile ♪ ♪ and one day you won't have nothin' to sell it may have come so easy ♪ ♪ and happened so fast but the way i see it you fell ♪ ♪ tell me what does your pride taste like honey ♪ ♪ or haven't you tried it out it's better than the taste of a boot in your face ♪ ♪ without any shadow
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of a doubt you better learn where the line is ♪ ♪ there a lot you gotta learn about how's it gonna feel to be put in your place ♪ ♪ well i guess you're about to find out how's it gonna feel to be put in your place ♪ ♪ well i guess you're about to find out ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: margo price everybody! the album "midwest farmer's daughter", is out now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: "the late night music experience", is sponsored by miller lite, the original light beer. great taste, and only 96 calories. and for even more music, check out latenightseth.com. when it's time to potty train...
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: my thanks to aaron eckhart, michelle dockery, and margo price, everybody. special thanks to miller lite who sponsored tonight's music. atom willard, and of course, the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> carson: good evening, and welcome to "last call." i'm carson daly and this behind me, k-rock studios, and home of 97.1 amp radio so thanks to them for having us.

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